MALAZAN BOOK OF THE FALLEN: MEMORIES OF ICE
-fantasy-The storyline takes a decided cut about 3/4 of the way through. One storyline ends and another picks up, but so different that it feels like another book. Overall, I enjoyed this nearly as much the second time. I made more connections, but the impact of the sadness and loneliness of the Imass was really subdued.
OH MY GODDESS! #33-34
-these 2 volumes really should have been one. It was one story arc and the books were THIN! I'm about ready for OMG! to wrap up. I feel like I am being milked.
STONEWAYS: QUEEN FERRIS
-fantasy-the second in the Stoneways Trilogy. Reiffen comes into his own, kills 2 of the wizards and ends up marrying Ferris right at the end. Even though this series is about Rieffen, Avender is the character that most of the story is told through, so he feels like the main character. Poor Avender, a hero who can't get the girl.
RANMA 1/2 #22-25
STAR WARS: IMPERIAL COMMANDO: 501st
-fantasy-picks right up from the Republic Commando books. Two of the clones get stuck in the 501st, the rest go to Mandalore. Lots of angst and Jedi hating and some seriously twisted thinking. Might as well be a soap opera with all the drama.
MALAZAN BOOK OF THE FALLEN: HOUSE OF CHAINS
MALAZAN BOOK OF THE FALLEN: MIDNIGHT TIDES
-fantasy-so much goes on, that it is hard to write about it. In a nutshell, the Crippled God, a being from another dimension brought to the Malazan world and chained by its world's gods, has vowed to destroy them all, and this series is about that battle. Epic Fantasy.